Sources within the SWRC report that Pastor Sam Green may not seek another term come September. These reports are circulating within many workers close to the administration. This decision reportedly centers around the financial controversies that have caused several major blunders that have exhausted the executive committee. Sources close to members of the executive committee report that several members are growing weary of the evasive tactics that the administration team has gone through to thwart constituency influenced decisions which have led to the committee voting a no confidence in the administration. Essentially, this means that the committee wanted to fire the administration last year. Reportedly, the Southwest Union Conference intervened and compelled the committee to give the administration a chance to turn things around. Committee members are growing weary of minimal progress the administration has made since this opposition. If the vote of no confidence had passed a new administration could have been instituted last year.
This pressure has reportedly taken a toll on the current administration and it is seemingly becoming evident by sources close to the administration and president that another term would be too stressful to undertake unless a new committee is elected to provide less confrontational opposition. It is reported that the president intends to endorse Dr. Gordon Jones of Austin. TX and has given many preferences and opportunities to help propel him to a more prominent position within the executive committee with the hopes of being provided a church within the conference to retire within the ministry. Conveniently, Dr. Jones has yet to give up his seat and vote on the executive committee even though it is a conflict with the by-laws. This political tactic is one of many that continues to exhaust members of the committee and workers within the conference. A vote for Dr. Jones, could mean a philosophical vote for Green as he has become the protege to continue the philosophies of the current administration. Who do you plan to vote for?